Academic Coach- Special Education

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 2 months ago

Position is Part-Time (.50FTE) The Academic Coach will work with Teacher Residents and their clinical teachers with the mission of linking the university campus and the school district for the purpose of establishing and maintaining program coherence. The Academic Coach for the Teacher Residency Program is responsible for ensuring that clinical teachers understand their role, are providing quality assistance to the residents, and when problems arise, helping to mediate and resolve the problem.

The Academic Coach is also responsible for establishing a learning community among the residents and scheduling staff development for residents and clinical teachers and will serve as the instructor for the clinical experience and clinical seminars. The Academic Coach will serve as a broker, connecting the University faculty, district staff, clinical teachers and residents. Valid NC teaching license, with a minimum of 5 years' teaching experience in special education. Doctoral degree in education or a related field.



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Academic Coach- Special Education

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